STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

Germany: University of Würzburg scholarship

The GEMEINNÜTZIGE Hermann-Niermann-Stiftung Foundation, in cooperation with the Institute of German Philology of Würzburg University, Germany, is offering scholarships to qualified students of Germanic studies from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania in the following categories: short-term stays for students to work on their diploma thesis;

The GEMEINNÜTZIGE Hermann-Niermann-Stiftung Foundation, in cooperation with the Institute of German Philology of Würzburg University, Germany, is offering scholarships to qualified students of Germanic studies from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania in the following categories: short-term stays for students to work on their diploma thesis;

one-year stays, to allow students to gain high-level language skills (scholarship of €500 per month); one- or two-year postgraduate (Aufbaustudium) for excellent graduates; doctoral study stays (a scholarship of €650 per month) and 'habilitations' for young university teachers of Germanic studies (a one-year renewable scholarship of up to €2,000 per month). Deadline for applications (for the 2008 winter term): 15 June 2008. Application to be sent to: Prüfungs- und Koordinierungsstelle (PrKst), Frau Priv.-Doz. PhDr. Iva Kratochvilova Ph.D., Institut für Fremdsprachen - Germanistik, Naturwissenschaftlich-Philosophische Fakultät, Schlesische Universität Opava, Masarykova 37, CZ-74601 Opava. E-mail: iva.kratochvilova@fpf.slu.cz. For more information, application forms and the list of required application documents, see www.sprawi.de ('Studium' and 'Studienbörse' sections). Source: SAIA

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